Featured Events

  • Evidence-Based Practices Conference 2014

    Registration Coming Soon! / On October 14 & 15, 2014, our popular Evidence-Based Practices Conference returns! / Cleveland Airport Marriott, Cleveland, OH / Up to 10.5 CEUs + Supervision & Ethics credits/ $125 - $285 / Over 45 workshops / Keynote: "Trauma-Informed Care" by Raul Almazar, RN, MA, senior consultant to SAMHSA, and Charryse Cooper, advocate. / EBP Conference 2014 will explore introductory, intermediate, and advanced topics for implementing and integrating  evidence-based practices, emerging best practices, and other healthcare and behavioral-healthcare innovations that improve outcomes for adults and youth with mental illness, substance use disorders, and co-occurring disorders. 

    10/14/2014 - 10/15/2014

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Featured Stories

  • Promote Health-Behavior Change among People with Severe Mental Illness

    OhioMHAS LogoLearn to support health-behavior change among people with SMI and addiction in your community with stages of change, motivational interviewing, and tobacco interventions. Our Center is adding new dates to its "Breath of Fresh Air" training series and "Tobacco Tuesday" conference calls as part of Ohio's initiative to promote integrated primary and behavioral healthcare. The initiative is supported by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OhioMHAS). The training events and teleconferences are designed for health and behavioral healthcare organizations in Ohio.

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Featured Resources

  • MI Reminder Card (Am I Doing This Right?)

    $0, Free PDF / Printed copies available / The "MI Reminder Card (Am I Doing This Right?)" is a quick guide for Motivational Interviewing. Use the 11 questions on this card to build self-awareness about your attitudes, thoughts, and communication style. Keep your attention centered on the people you serve. Encourage their motivation to change (e.g., to manage symptoms of mental illness, substance abuse, and other chronic illnesses such as obesity, diabetes, and heart disease).

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